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These spectacular photographs appear to show a long row of trees in a woodland - but in fact they are the result of a dried-up lake.  The 'magical' patterns cover a length of up almost three miles and have emerged because the dry lake has left a pattern in the lake bed which look like trees. <br />
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Flight instructor Jassen Todorov captured the images while flying at 3,000ft across the Mojave Desert in California, US.  SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.<br />
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Pictured:  Koehn Lake with dried up sections looking like trees when pictured from the air.<br />
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